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TÜBA Honour Member Prof. Dr. Nimet Özgüç Passes Away
Tarih: 17 ŞUBAT 2016 Okunma Sayısı: 2227
TÜBA Honour Member Prof. Dr. Nimet Özgüç passed away on 23 December 2015.
Main research field of Prof. Dr. Özgüç was the “Asia Minor Archeology”, particularly “Anatolia”. He was a full member of German Archaeology Institute, American Archaeology Institute Foreigner Honorary Member, Turkish Historical Society Honorary Member and honorary member to several international academic and professional organisations.
Following the ceremony to be organized at the University of Ankara Languages and History-Geography Faculty Farabi Hall on Friday at 11:00, the funeral of Prof Dr Nimet Özgüç is going to be moved from the Kocatepe Mosque as of the mid-afternoon prayer – at 14:00 – and he is going to be buried at the Karşıyaka Cemetery.
We would like to offer our condolences to her family and the scientific community. May God rest her in peace.
Who is Prof. Dr. Nimet Özgüç?
She retired from her job in Ankara University in 1984. In 1996, she became a TüBA Honorary Member.
In 2010, thanks to his outstanding contributions to the science of archaeology, she was granted the Culture and Art Grand Prize by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism together with Prof. Dr. Halet Çambel, who was also a TüBA Honorary Member and deceased in 2014.